MacBook and iPad production has been affected by an electronics component crisis.
Quoting sources familiar with the subject, Nikkei is Asia Reported on Thursday that Lack of running global chips Affecting some iPads and MacBooks has now hit Apple. Nikkei is Asia Has reported that some iPad assemblies have been affected by the crisis of display components, while production of the MacBook has been delayed due to a lack of chips – a problem Major manufacturers like Tesla, GM and Samsung.
Apple did not immediately return a request for comment on the report.
Nikkei Asia reported that as a result of the ongoing issue, Apple has delayed ordering some of its components for affected gadgets from the first half of 2021 to the end of the year. However, Apple is not alone in being affected by the lack of chips. And some Guess what See the issue continue from Apple supplier until 2022 Foxconn.
Samsung, for example, was hit by the chip crisis with another major manufacturer, including co-CEO Koh Dong-jin Saying During a recent shareholder meeting, “there is a serious imbalance in chip supply and supply in the global IT sector.”
General Motors, meanwhile, is shutting down two of its plants due to global material shortages. Detroit Free Press Reported Thursday. General Motors spokesman David Barnes told the paper that the agency’s “objective is to minimize damage to these trees as much as possible.”
In other words, everyone is feeling the chip crunch right now. Even the most powerful manufacturers on the planet are not protected from material crises.